Previous thread: http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive/34104261/Character sheet: http://pastebin.com/rZQ8vVBdPart 2:It is 1134 in the Year of Our Lord. You are Wilhelm of Koblenz, recently arrived in the Kingdom of Jerusalem. In your short time here you have found a companion in Solomon, warrior of Makuria, and lost a companion in Alain of Acre. You have been hired by an elderly knight to escort his daughter to Sidon for a wedding, and having just left the port town of Tyre begin the second leg of your adventure.It is a hot Thursday afternoon that sees you travelling through the pasture lands of the Holy Land. Lady Jehanne and her maid Neomi are enclosed in a palanquin being tirelessly hauled across the countryside by a pack of slaves.Your squire Hugo and man-at-arms Franz flank the palanquin, while Solomon brings up the rear, walking with his injured horse. You are on point, on horseback with spear and shield. You have a good vantage point to spy the surrounding territory.A copse of trees up ahead shadows the road and looks like an invitation to trouble, but the ground around the road is rocky and infirm, far from ideal for a hand hauled carriage to cross.> brave the trees and any danger they might hold> don't risk it, attempt a detour.
>>34214633> don't risk it, attempt a detour.Don't want someone else dying
>>34214633Awwww shit, OP's back ;; Can we personally scout ahead and see if there's trouble waiting? if not, > don't risk it, attempt a detour.
DEUS VULT>>34214633>> don't risk it, attempt a detour.
>>34214768>>34214879>>34214905After losing Alain to the lion, you think twice about forging mindlessly ahead and decide to take a detour down the rocky slope and around the trees.You direct the slaves to begin an awkward descent when Neomi shoots her head out of the curtain."What is this?" she asked, "This rocking is making my lady ill. Why are we leaving the road?""Those trees would be a good hiding spot for brigands," you explain, "I'd rather not take the risk.""A day outside of Tyre and on the road to Sidon, you expect brigands? Feh, you should forge ahead instead of wasting time like this! Send a scout ahead if you are so fearful."> tell the woman to mind her tongue and that you know your business.> take on her suggestion and send one of your men ahead to scout (nominate a part member)
>>34215108> take on her suggestion and send one of your men ahead to scout (nominate a part member)Us.
>>34215108>> take on her suggestion and send one of your men ahead to scout (nominate a part member)We shall gohttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EVPs7vNaaEQ
>>34215108aye, the customer is right. Let's ride out ourselves if we can, if not send Franz.
>>34215156>the memories >the nostalgia>buying jerusalem through the first crusade via mercenaries, every timecurse you, anon
>>34215167>>34215156>>34215123You curse a little under your breath but see the sense. You direct the slaves to bring the palanquin back up onto the road and studiously ignore their exasperated looks.Of all the men who could scout you judge yourself best fit. Your horse is healthy, your lance is strong, and if trouble really does rear its head you can scream for Franz and Solomon to bring their bows to bear.Before heading on to investigate you draw your band together."I'm going ahead," you say, "Because the lady thinks time is more precious than security. Wait here. If I'm not back in half an hour, take the detour for I'm likely dead."With that you trot your horse forward.> roll 1d100, average of first three rolls
>>34215108> tell the woman to mind her tongue and that you know your business.
Rolled 75 (1d100)>>34215359HAHA, LETS GO
Rolled 78 (1d100)>>34215359
Rolled 29 (1d100)>>34215359HAHAHAAIGHT, IMMA TAKE THIS FOREST
Rolled 87 (1d100)>>34215359
Rolled 70 (1d100)>>34215359Ride forth!
>>34215427No niggers allowed
>>34215359Let us cet them trees down with a herring!
>>34215427he didn't really mean to roll, milord, twas an accident, i swear. Take this roll instead, if it please you lord. >>34215431
>>34215379>>34215426>>34215427You trot up with care, eyes like a hawk and ears like a fox. Or so you hope. You scan the strange Asian trees for sign of hidden assailants, though you see nothing from here that means little, and take the bold step to ride into the shade of the trees.You catch a glint of steel and the sight of a hungry, desperate face nearly camouflaged in the low scrub.> strike, while you have the advantage!> declare that the brigand step forth immediately (roll 1d100, best of three)> retreat as quickly as possible to your comrades
Rolled 32 (1d100)>>34215582> strike, while you have the advantage!May as well
>>34215582>> declare that the brigand step forth immediately (roll 1d100, best of three)STOP RIGHT THERE CRIMINAL SCUM
Rolled 39 (1d100)>>34215582My mind screams to run back, but my heart... my heart says we are charisma knight. > declare that the brigand step forth immediately (roll 1d100, best of three)rollan' to intimidate
>>34215582> strike, while you have the advantage!
Rolled 31 (1d100)>>34215617Oh right my 1d100
Rolled 44 (1d100)>>34215582Get out here, pussy bitch
>>34215628actually, i'd like to go with my mind instead. why the hells wouldnt we run back to fight alongside franz, solo and hugo?
>>34214633I thought you were starting at 8 PM Pacific today?Please get a twitter
>>34215712>>34215628>>34215617You attempt to curse the brigand out of hiding. A flash of metal gives you only a second to bring your shield up, a small curved knife bouncing off the rim.Two men leap from hiding places with curved blades bared.A fight is in the offing, and not to your immediate advantage. You ready your shield and spear.> recap on fight rules: Strike beats thrust, thrust beats bind, bind beats strike, block negates all. You have a shield so you can block.You have five passes against the opponent in front of you.
>>34215823The first doesn't count as it is for a different option.
Rolled 13 (1d100)>>34215861STRIKE
>>34215874All dice rolls count.
Rolled 91 (1d100)>>34215861Block Are we rolling dice?
>>34215915Even for options that did not ask for one?
>>34215916To clarify, you don't need to roll for block, but you do for everything else.
Rolled 51, 96, 43, 87, 47 = 324 (5d100)>>34215861Alright you son of a bitch, let's go. >block, strike, thrust, block, thrustFor those unfamiliar with the combat, you pick five attacks/moves and roll for each. QM rolls against this
Rolled 55 (1d100)>>34215861Bind
Rolled 88 (1d100)>>34215861Strike! Have at thee, villain!
>>34215943I'm pretty sure everyone just rolls one attack/move. >>34215861Block if you need more
>>34215930All dice rolls count, even if the option the roller is voting for doesn't require a roll or is different from the winning option. A way to prevent excessive meta gaming if multiple options require a roll. People would just switch their votes to the post with the higher roll if that weren't the case.
Rolled 1, 2, 3, 1, 2 = 9 (5d3)Rolling for the bandit.
>>34216059Strike=Strike bandit -10/You - 3 Thrust/block Bind/blockStrike<bind bandit -12Thrust<strike bandit -12On horseback and with shield at the ready you match the brigands with some confidence. You match the first strike of the brigand's sword with your spar shaft and take the next on the face of your shield. Bringing you shield about you knock the brigand senseless, taking him off his feet and bleeding profusely from the arm and scalp.However his companion has gotten to the side of you, and cut you hard on the thigh.> flanking cut from second brigand -7 HP> Bandit 66 Hp, You 90, Other Brigand 100> turn your attention to the other brigand> break from the fight and flee for your comrades (roll 1d100, average of three)> continue fighting the wounded brigand
>>34216316>>> continue fighting the wounded brigandNobody said we were a nice guy
>>34216316On horseback and with shield at the ready you match the brigands with some confidence. You match the first strike of the brigand's sword with your spear shaft and take the next two blows on the face of your shield. Bringing your horse about you knock the brigand senseless with your spear, taking him off his feet and leaving him bleeding profusely from the arm and scalp.> fixedI get ahead of myself some times.
Rolled 2 (1d100)>>34216316We've got the mobility, no reason not to fall back and get some veteran help.
>>34216316Well, if the other brigand is out of action for the moment,>> turn your attention to the other brigand
>>34216316> continue fighting the wounded brigandTIME FOR MURDER BARDKNIGHT! GET A FUCKING TWITTER
>>34216432>>34216354You decide to continue fighting the wounded brigand.Though he is is bleeding, he isn't down and out yet and he climbs back onto his feet. He charges back at you with a blood madness that is startling.You have an exchange of five passes
Rolled 10 (1d100)>>34216566Thrust! >please
Rolled 65, 40, 21, 76, 46 = 248 (5d100)>>34216566Thrust, thrust, thrust, thrust, strike
Rolled 18 (1d100)>>34216566STRIKE
Rolled 89 (1d100)>>34216566Bind>>34216641Why are you rolling 5 times/writing 5 passes?
>>34216671I didn't think we'd have to sit through all 5 individually. The bandit is wounded already anyway.
>>34216601>>34216647>>34216671you're all doing it wrong >>34216641 is doing it right.
Rolled 39 (1d100)>>34216566>>34216701Fucked up the dice, this is the actual roll for that.
Rolled 3, 2, 2, 1, 3 = 11 (5d3)Rolling for brigand.
>>34216601>>34216647>>34216726m-maybe we should disengage and c-call for h-help
>>34216715That's not true. Look at this guy >>34215943If you look at the actual results, only his first pick, "Blocked was used"It went Strike, Block, Block, Bind, Strike. Which followed the first pick of the first 5 valid posts.
This combat is boring as hell. Can we instawin and get back to trying to bang a bride and her maid together before her wedding day?
>>34216715That's not how it is for TKQ and the duel system is basically a copy of that system.
>>34216838Speak for yourself, anon. I like the duel system.
>>34216760bind < thrust -6 HPthrust = thrust -10 hp, -3 hpthrust < strike -6 hpstrike <bind -12 hpbind < thrust -7 hpThe wounded brigand tries to trap your spear but you deliver a hard blow to his chest, you follow up with a thrust that opens his cheek, but he steps inside your guard to deliver a thrust to your chest. What could have been a viciously blow bounced off the chain links of your armour. You knock aside his second thrust and beat him upside the head. When he tries to strike you again you trap his sword and send him wheeling away. A last thrust to the neck sends him back gasping, thrusting a hand to the wound.Again the other brigand takes this time to strike you from your flank.> Bigand 23 Hp (bleeding), You 80 Hp, Brigand 100 Hp> finish up the brigand you are fighting> turn to face the other brigand> retreat to the safety of your comrades (roll 1d100, best of three)
>>34216950>> finish up the brigand you are fighting
>>34216950Alright, no sense not killing him off now. But we're backing out posthaste and letting our boys kill the other(s). > finish up the brigand you are fighting
>>34216950> finish up the brigand you are fighting
>>34216950When do we start taking actual wounds? Is it below 60 HP like in Three Kingdoms? If so then >> finish up the brigand you are fightingIf we start taking permanent injuries right away, then > retreat to the safety of your comrades (roll 1d100, best of three)
>>34216950Does bleeding mean he'll die if we ignore him? I wouldn't expect much from someone fighting at 1/4 of their strength.> turn to face the other brigand
>>34216950>A last thrust to the neck sends him back gasping, thrusting a hand to the woundSo he's dead, right? You don't stab someone in the throat and have them not die quickly.
>>34217020>When do we start taking actual wounds? Is it below 60 HP like in Three Kingdoms?It's below fifty in this.
>>34217090>>34217038He's going to die soon if he doesn't get it looked at, but he isn't out of the fight yet. When you get to the critical mark (under 25 HP) you have three turns of actions before you die, or about half an hour to get immediate medical assistance.
>>34217012>>34217009>>34217007>>34216978>>34217020You decide to finish the brigand in front of you, who is bounding back toward you with a final assault.You have five passes. If you kill him before your five attacks are used up, the remainder will target the other brigand.
Rolled 96 (1d100)>>34217210i'm just gonna assume we all take one attack til told otherwise. >THRUST!
>>34217164You don't get your throat cut open and walk around for half an hour. He has 5 minutes at best before he passes out and he may die of blood loss before then.
Rolled 26 (1d100)>>34217210STRIKE
Rolled 81 (1d100)>>34217210THRUST! IMPALE THAT WHORESUN ON OUR SPEAR & PARADE HIM IN FRONT OF HIS FRIEND!
Rolled 94 (1d100)>>34217210Block
Rolled 39 (1d100)>>34217238I've been tracking the last two exchanges. The anons who posted 5 attacks at once are wrong, only their first attack have been counted.>>34217210Bind
Rolled 7 (1d100)>>34217210Block for some defense since you dumkopfs are gonna let us get bloodied at this rate
>>34217313It's more important to win the attack exchanges though.
>>34217284>not walking back to the bride while bleeding all over the placeIt's like you don't want to prove her wrong and have her tend to us
>>34217238>>34217253ohhhhh yeeeeahhh, baby.
>>34217331Professionalism Anon, you got to maintain that professionalism or else we are going to wind up known as that one guy whose words is flimsy as a whore's trade.
>>34217242Depends how deep the wound is and if it severs the artery. You can be stabbed in the neck and fail to severe the artery, you can even slit someone's throat and they can get by for a good while without medical assistance. My brother was stabbed through the throat at a party and didn't bleed out, because they had failed to hit the artery. Has trouble talking now though, damaged his vocal cords.
>>34217331Attending to the wounds of your mediocre bodyguard-for-hire is the job of the maid I think
Rolled 2, 3, 2, 3, 2 = 12 (5d3)Rolling for brigand.
>>34217388If you attack from the front you'll probably pierce the airway. You can only last a few minutes without air.
>>34217392Shame she's too busy moping over her cuck bitch of a boyfriend to care
>>34217446It's okay, our enterprising knight's already taken the maid.Fuck bitches, acquire Pfennings
thrust = thrust - 20 Hp to brigand/-3 to youbind > strike - -3 to Youthrust = thrust -10Hp to brigand/-3 to youbind/block nadathrust > bind - - 5 against other brigandYou charge at one another without hesitation, your spear thrusting deep into his chest with a wet shlick. A mortal wound, he none the less finds the strength to bat your spear aside and cut you once across the brow. You draw your spear up and again thrust into his neck, opening a bloody second mouth on his throat. With his last dying breath he cuts at you before collapsing.You instinctively raise your shield, fielding off the blod from the brigand at your flank, and thrust him with your spear, driving him back.> brigand (dead), you (74 HP) brigand 95 HP)> continue to face the remaining brigand> retreat to the safety of your comrades
>>34217633>> retreat to the safety of your comradesWe've done enough here. No dice?
>>34217633>> continue to face the remaining brigandTo victory!
>>34217633> retreat to the safety of your comradeswe've done our bit, let our mercenary earn his pay. we aren't on a battlefield being watched by a king, we're fighting two bandits in the middle of the road.
>>34217633>> continue to face the remaining brigandC'MON FRAULEIN!
>>34217633>> continue to face the remaining brigandLike a bawss
>>34217633>Continue the fight good chaps! Its on now!
>>34217752>>34217729>>34217672You decide to muscle on, despite the cuts and bruises you've received so far. You turn your horse to face the last brigand fully, falling into the line of your spear.He whips the scimitar around his body, scuffing his feet and nervously licking his lips.As your horse cuts a groove in the dirt road and gives a snort however, a shout sounds out from behind you.Hugo comes spear armed and ready to assist you.> 5 passes
Rolled 21 (1d100)>>34217930THRUST
Rolled 93 (1d100)>>34217930Bind
Rolled 75 (1d100)>>34217930Strike
Rolled 51 (1d100)>>34217930Strike!
Rolled 50 (1d100)>>34217930HEROIC THRUST!
Rolled 1, 3, 1, 3, 2 = 10 (5d3)Rolling for brigand.
Strike > Thrust -3 hp to youBind = Bind -10 hp to Brigand/-3 to youStrike = Strike -7 hp to Brigand/-3 to youBind > Strike -3 hp to youThrust = Thrust -5 hp to brigand/-3 to youAs you cut and thrusat at each other you find this brigand a hardier opponent than the first. Though you score some bloody strikes you are finding no advantage, and your spear arm grows heavy. You part after exchanging equal strikes. You fear your injuries are stacking quickly.Hugo makes a lunging thrust with his own spear, slicing your opponents arm but doing no serious damage.> You (59 HP) brigand (70 Hp) Hugo (100Hp)> another pass> retreat back to the palanquin> give a mighty shout and scare the brigand off (1d100, best of three)
Rolled 51 (1d100)>>34218157>> give a mighty shout and scare the brigand off (1d100, best of three)
Rolled 33 (1d100)>>34218157> give a mighty shout and scare the brigand off (1d100, best of three)+>More passes
Rolled 46 (1d100)>>34218157>> give a mighty shout and scare the brigand off (1d100, best of three)We're getting too close to 50 for comfort.
Rolled 47 (1d100)>>34218157i'm not leaving our 12 year old brother to contend with this villain alone. ROLLING TO INTIMIDATE> give a mighty shout and scare the brigand off (1d100, best of three)
Rolled 88 (1d100)>>34218157>> another pass>> give a mighty shout and scare the brigand off (1d100, best of three)
>>34218157What the fuck is Hugo doing?
>>34218183>>34218188>>34218210Mediocre, but hopefully that's enough. Why would the brigand stick around for a 2 on 1 battle? He should retreat and find an easier target
>>34218262Why the fuck is Hugo with us?
>>34218262Porbably wondered what was taking for ever for us to scout came to investigate and saw this and went oh shit big bro! and came in trying to rescue us.
>>34218262He's like 12 man, cut him some slack.
>>34218275And as far as I'm concerend he should get a morale check penalty for a slain ally.
>>34218293Little guy just being a good, if overeager squire. we'll have a talk with him about acting out of order, once we've got this situation in hand.
>>34218183>>34218188>>34218210>>34218219>>34218223You raise your spear and give a harsh cry. You fear your voice was raspy and weak rather than filled with the brass of war, but the brigand drew away none the less. He pointed his sword at you and shouted something back in the local tongue before disappearing into the trees.Your spear you rest across your saddle and you breath a sigh of relief.Hugo looks up at you wide eyed."Brother, you are bleeding!" he moves to help you down. Truthfully you were quite bloody, but less of it was yours than might be apparent. Your spear hand up to the wrist was red and your shield was hacked badly at the rim> wave him off and stay a-horse, send him to let the others know the path is clear> curse him out for rushing in like a fool, but accept his help and return to the others together on foot
>>34218376> wave him off and stay a-horse, send him to let the others know the path is clear
>>34218376>> wave him off and stay a-horse, send him to let the others know the path is clearLoot the dead brigand!
>>34218376>> curse him out for rushing in like a fool, but accept his help and return to the others together on footTeach lil bro to talk up our fight
>>34218376>> wave him off and stay a-horse, send him to let the others know the path is clear"Inform her... majesty... that the road has now been cleared of brigand rabble."
>>34218376>wave him off and stay a-horse, send him to let the others know the path is clearonce we get back to the Plaquin>''Happy mein Fraulein? the Road is clear & there is one less brigand on the road''
>>34218391>>34218416>>34218422>>34218433>>34218439You brush aside Hugo's helping hand."Go tell the princess the path is clear, I'd sit a while and enjoy some quiet."Hugo nods and dashes of, waving his spear overhead. You breath a sigh of relief, and looking down at the dead brigand.There was nothing of worth on the miserable wretch. In truth he looked more a starved dog than a man, and his sword was more a utensil than a weapon of war, barely worth the steel it was forged from. Poor fool had no boots, and his tunic was patched with canvas. He doubted there was ought but fleas in his coin purse.Beggars with blades taken to hounding pilgrims, and desperate ones at that to go an armed knight on horseback.Soon enough Hugo had the palanquin and all his companions up and in the shade of the tree. Solomon raised his spear in a respectful salute while Franz just clucked his tongue and began to unpack bandages from his kit.When the lady folk peered to look you heard a gasp."The road is cleared," you say with a weary grin."So much blood sir!" Neomi gasped.You do have wounds that could use bandaging. Who will help you?> Jehanne> Neomi> Hugo> Franz> do it yourself
>>34218644>Write inWhoever volunteersNot Hugo or Solomon though, they're on guard
>>34218644>> Neomi"You there, you seem to have idle hands. Help me with these bandages."
>>34218644Franz and Hugo, Franz has likely got some experience in first aid procedure, and Hugo's gonna need to learn to do this before the end of the crusade here. Have solomon stand watch over the group.
>>34218644>FranzHe's got skill with that right? In the meantime we can just talk with each other or something of what the game plan is for finishing the rest of this trip, hopefulyl without dying horribly eh?
>>34218644>> JehanneNever sell yourself cheap.Neomi is a lost cause, read the other threads.
>>34218732This.Maybe maid and her.
>>34218644We got bloodied by two beggars with knives? We need to step up our game
>>34218644> JehanneIf she's willing, she should see the wounds she caused.Even if she makes the maid do it anyway
>>34218732Jehanne essentially caused thiswhy is Neomi a lost cause? her husbando is ded.
>>34218732>lady on voyage to get married>commoner, already lain with us, recently single>neomi is the lost causewhat?
>>34218806>Not taking here maidenhead>Not riding off in the sunset like BIG DAMN HEROESBIG.DAMN.HEROES
>>34218795>>34218806A wise man once said rape the maids, don't marry them.
>>34218795That's pretty much why. She NTR'd her husbando and he died a day later. We weren't exactly a hero at the religious shit either, so forget about her.
>>34218644> JehanneShe needs to see what she caused
>>34218868>Not my fault that you can't even defend yourself properly against a bunch of beggarsIt's tough being a bodyguard
>>34218807>>34218727>>34218714>>34218685> Outside Hugo, Franz has the highest relationship value with you so he essentially is the 'volunteer')You dismounted and Hugo helps you remove your armour. It stings a little around the thighs, where a large angry welt was forming. The cut on your brow had already scabbed over, and despite the blood you had no immediate injuries. None the less Franz came over and poked, prodded and generally man handled you until he was satisfied. Taking up a bar of soap and a small bowl of water, he scrubbed the blood off your face and arms with a thorough and brisk practice."You've always been shit at fightin' lad," he said, "Take the time to strengthen your sword arm if you're bound on foolish adventure, instead of chasing after maidens."With the mention of maidens you noticed both women were watching you from the depths of their palanquin. You flexed your chest a little, just for their sake.> what do you think of these bandits Franz?> any advice on chasing maidens you old war horse?
>>34219004> what do you think of these bandits Franz?> any advice on chasing maidens you old war horse?Why not both?
>>34219004> what do you think of these bandits Franz?Which one is Franz again? And are we really THAT bad at fighting?
>>34219004> any advice on chasing maidens you old war horse?SPOONY BARD KNIGHT AHOY!
>>34219036WAR is our lowest stat by far. We have 56 WAR before equipment to our 78 Charisma. It's not an exact comparison but the MC in TKQ started with 70 WAR and is at 91 WAR right now. We aren't exact the warrior type in this quest.
>>34219018nonnononononono dont do that last time we tried to multitask we wound up causing the noble lady to have a spaz attack
>>34219107The noble lady can eat a dick, we are talking with our Jewish bro and our bastard bro
>>34219004>> what do you think of these bandits Franz?
>>34219065Brigands should be at 10s, 20s though. We should outclass them easily.
>>34219004>> any advice on chasing maidens you old war horse?
>>34219182I think TKQ places common soldiers at around 50ish range. 40s sound like a more realistic POWER LEVEL for the brigands.
>>34219211Hell no it doesn't, even the lower GENERALS, hit 50s.We're talking about half starved barely equipped peasants here, they should be 20, 15
"What do you make of these bandits, Franz? Neomi seemed to think them rare, so close to a city."He applies a cool ointment to the welt on your hip and considers the question. Meanwhile Hugo was scrubbing the blood out of your armour while Solomon kept watch."In Koblenz, do you think," Franz began thoughtfully, "would the Lord Bishop leave the roads immediately outside the city unpatrolled? Would your father or uncles do nothing to keep the peace, or would they take it upon themselves to keep the road clear? I dislike it, even hearing as I have that this is a wild place. I dislike that there are brigands so close to a city. There's strife here sir, between lords. It is the only kind of strife that breeds desperate men such as these. I cannot say who is guilty, but duties are being ignored."He finishes applying his ointments and tinctures, slapping you fully on the back."Now try not to hurt yourself in a way my meagre talents can't fix, and keep your eye on the road and off that damn palanquin!"He saunters off while Hugo helps you back into your mail.> make camp for the night here> move on for the day
>>34219321I dunno. systems aside, it seems reasonable for 50 to be the baseline average for people. We're about average at war and leadership, and well above average in charisma, etc. >>34219004BOTH'EM.
>>34219433> move on for the day
>>34219321>>34219211Best y'all don't use ROTK to gauge power levels too much. The stats and things are similar, but not a one for one.
>>34219433> move on for the daylet's keep pace then, nothing of significance was lost in that encounter. maybe a little respect for our spear arm will shut those twittering maidens up, too. let's get out of this desert and into the city proper.
>>3421944850 is hardly the average in ROTK, goddamn, 50 would be skilled in riding, spears, archery and being physically fit, none of which would apply to normal people.>>34219467I get that, but half starved peasants with butter knives? I can't see them hitting 50s in anything
>>34219433> make camp for the night hereI'd Imagen we are tired as shit
>>34219433>> move on for the day
>>34219541invigorated, more like. this is combat, the stuff of true chivalric tales! And we've just had a taste.
>>34219593speaking of which, QM, is this the first time Wilhelm's killed?
>>34219536ROTK and TKQ aren't entirely the same thing either. The soldier in the first thread put up a decent fight against a 70 WAR character with a decent dice roll. But this is getting into pedantic power level discussion so I'll stop.>>34219433> move on for the day
>>34219593More lions to kill I guess
You decide despite your weary limbs that the best thing is to forge ahead and cover as much ground as possible. The slaves grumble a little but a hard stare silences their tongues and soon enough you are back out under the hot sun, a drink of water in hand and eyes cast to the horizon.As the sun begins setting you decide to make camp, with no clear place of shelter you camp by the side of the road.Your men remain on guard. Neomi slips out to fetch a bowl and water to clean her mistress with. It's down to Hugo to make dinner and he badly fries a mess of eggs which go down uneasily.As you rest your head back to sleep you hear a noise in the distance, the crackle of thunder. You really aren't in the mood to be rained on.> take shelter in the palanquin> tough out the rain.>>34219635Wilhelm has killed before, in the action that saw him knighted bringing the bandit Daniel the Jew to justice.
>>34219714Tough it out
>>34219714>> take shelter in the palanquinDon't want to catch the dreaded Ja..Jerusalem cold
>>34219714ah, of course. How could I have forgotten. > tough out the rain.let's remain professional. though it wouldn't be sensible or knightly to reject an invitation, were one to come.
>>34219714>> tough out the rain.A knigth ain't made of sugar!
>>34219714> tough out the rain.tough it out, though we'll relent if they insist.
>>34219714> take shelter in the palanquinWe are risking our live, kick them out and let the bros in
>>34219673One last comment on that. If the soldier was:>You silently observe the man. He has the insignia of the Liang corps, the veteran soldiers that fought against Ma Teng and Han Sui. He is big and bulky..Not only did we utterly wreck him, but we did so on a roll of a 60.So even a Veteran Soldier can't stand up to 70, why should a mangy peasant stand up to 50?
>>34219863Different systems I suppose like the QM said.I'm fine being a scrubby fighter for now, it's a nice change of pace.
>>34219714> tough out the rain.If we get sick, employer pays, right?
>>34219808>>34219806>>34219769>>34219752You decide to tough it out, using the saddle as a pillow and pulling a blanket over your head. The rain sweeps in fast, shockingly cold. The fire is doused quickly and the world is made dark, illuminated only partly by quick flashes of lightning. You see the suddenly lit forms of Hugo and Franz, Solomon. You see movement in the rain, but cannot make it out. The horses give startled cries with very thunderous roar from the sky.The palanquin opens."Hey you men, pack in here," it was Neomi's voice, struggling over the rain, "Quickly now, before you catch your death!"You go to the palanquin but there is not room enough for all of you.> choose which of the men will take shelter and which remain outside
>>34219908I don't mind not being Lu Bu Mk. Crusader, but if we're going to be getting hurt by weak little shits it should be because we're either out of our armor, or because they've ambushed us
>>34219942how many can fit in the palanquin?
>>34219942>Solomon and HugoWe need to keep guard
>>34219964Only two men can fit, sorry should have specified.
>>34219942You'll take shelter with Solomon.
>>34219942> choose which of the men will take shelter and which remain outsidewe'll remain outside ourselves with......Solomon or Hugo?
>>34219942Let our compadres rest in the palanquin, we'll use the extra blankets and make a handy tent from it all to cruise through the storm.
>>34219942Solomon and Hugo can rest
>>34219989whoops I mean Franz
>>34219977>>34220011This.Franz can go in after we're sure that there's no danger
>>34219942Solomon and ourself within, and Franz and Hugo will tough it out outside. Franz I'm not so worried about, but Hugo's a lad. But we need our strength more.
>>34219942>>34220011Changing my vote. Hugo can tough it out, i just remembered our injuries, we'll go in.
>>34219942Solomon and Hugo
>>34219977>>34220011>>34220038>>34219989You send Solomon and Hugo into the palanquin while remaining in the rain with Franz. Taking up the blankets, the both of you sit back to back, wrapped up as best you can while keeping a watch out. There's no trouble to speak of save the rain itself, and before long you are sneezing into the blankets.Eventually the storm abates and the two of you are left looking out at a slowly building sunrise, much worse for wear.And it is only then that you realize the slaves were gone, run off in the night. It was perhaps your remaining on watch in the rain that kept them from stealing the horses as well.When the others emerge from the palanquin they are surprised by the news."Well then I will just have to ride the horse," Jehanne said, putting a hand on the saddle.> No> yes> you can ride with me or walk
>>34220153> you can ride with me or walk
>>34220153>Write in"Ride with one of us, it's too unsafe to ride alone"Let her have the choice
>>34220198Solomon's horse is too weak to take a rider. Sympathy is the only reason he hasn't abandoned it.
>>34220153> NoAbsolutely not. Safety outweighs comfort by far. If we were to be approached our security is compromised without a rider to sally out. there's one guy paying us here, and it aint the lady in waiting. and he wants one thing, and thats to have the bride to be delivered, alive.
>>34220153> NoThey were her slaves that ran off, so she can walk. It's not our fault or problem
>>34220153ride me with or walkif two templars can share a horse so can her ass
Rolled 9, 1, 2 + 6 = 18 (3d10 + 6)>>34220153> you can ride with me or walk
>>34220153> yesTake the cloth and everything, we're delivering a bride.
>>34220198This >>34220217Then we can point it out, make it seem less like we want her riding our crotch
You give her a slight glare. Her imperious attitude was starting to wear thin."Aye you can ride, with me, and risk your neck if more brigands appear. Or would you demand Solomon put you up on his poor nag?"Jehanne struck up her chin and glared back through slit eyes. "Oh I'll ride with you sir, and risk the danger. It seems there's no avoiding it in your company."You mount and offer her your hand. "Then enough talking and mount up, or would you waste the day moaning at me?"She brushed aside your hand and pulled herself into the saddle, once again riding side saddle across your lap and kept a-horse by your arms either side of her.Neomi and Hugo worked together to shift through the goods carried on the top of the palanquin, portioning out the burden as best they could.As they began back on their journey, Jehanne looked up at you."That fight with the bandits, was that the first time you ever killed?"> no my lady, I've killed before> ignore her
>>34220418>> no my lady, I've killed before
>>34220418> no my lady, I've killed beforeAye, entreat the lady with a chivalric tale, but don't get too into the bloody details unless she asks for more.
>>34220418> no my lady, I've killed before....''
>>34220418> no my lady, I've killed before
>>34220418killed beforestare into distance stoically
>>34220437>>34220456>>34220520>>34220527>>34220542"I've killed before, in battle," you say as your horse picks up onto the high road. Your companions form a staggered band behind you. "Early last year, and earlier. A bandit was plaguing the Rhineland, a Jew marauder by the name of Daniel. He had a force of twenty something misbegotten sons of bitches. My master was in his cups, it came to me to rally the townsfolk, and lead a strike back against him. We took him in chains and saw him hanged, but a number of his men fell on my sword.""And before then?" she asked."There was a siege when I was around Hugo's age. My knight was an errant, always traveling from this court to that court. We got caught up in things and I...I helped turn a pitcher of boiling oil on the heads of some men. It was not pleasant.""I've seen people die," Jehanne said, "My mother and...the babe she was trying to deliver. My father was kept from the chamber, even to the last, and his howls when he heard of her passing."She considered you for a moment. "Do you think that is all that is left for men and women in this world, a violent end in birth or battle?"> that's the way of things> no my lady, there is the Church> write in
>>34220763>Write in"Not at all, you're going to enjoy a fine life with your husband, although it may be boring, and your time there long and most likely without power, violence will most likely never touch you."
>>34220763>> no my lady, there is the Church
>>34220763> no my lady, there is the Churchit's not for us, certainly, but a lady such as her can certainly live a christian life. we, on the other hand, will have to earn our heavenly pardon the easy way. paid in saracen blood!
>>34220763>> ''no my lady, there is the Church.....among other things''
>>34220763> no my lady, there is the Churchif you kill heathens you get a get out of hell free card
>>34220834>>34220841>>34220861>>34220883"Have you heard of Lady Hildegard of Bingen?" you ask.Jehanne shakes her head."A fine woman of the Church, the Lady of the Rhine. I had the pleasure to hear her speak once. Never have I met a more intelligent person, and she command as much respect as any bishop. The Church is a place for women as well as men. If you do not want to risk the birthing bed, take a religious vow and serve Jesus Christ."The countryside rolls by and you wonder where the slaves might have escaped too. "She must be remarkable, but I'm no Lady of the Rhine," she squirms against, "And there are things the church asks that I am not willing to give up. Sacrifices that I'm not interested in making."Hugo had fallen into keen conversation with Neomi, while Franz and Solomon chatted amiably."Certainly you can still live a life worthy of the Church, and God shall shelter you from some of the harshness of life," you add."Again, priestly words from a man with a devil's glint in his eye. Why were you so insistent to ride with me, if you are so godly?"> because its my bloody horse> to keep you safe> to feel your shapely form of course> write in
>>34221064> to feel your shapely form of coursegive her an Incredulous smile and wink
>>34221064>> because its my bloody horse>> to keep you safe
>>34221064> because its my bloody horsewith a sly smile.
>>34221064>Write in"One, because if we are assaulted the we have a means of getting away, if you run by yourself you will be alone and vulnerable, and I'd rather not like dying.""Two, Solomon's horse is lame, he is by far the better warrior, so the best course of action would be to put him with you, however due to the fact his horse is lame, it is not an option.""Three, I felt we should talk, whether that wanders into the devil's work or not"
>>34221064>> to keep you safe> write inFor your brother who fought bravely against the lion.
>>34221064>> to keep you safe
>>34221142Cousin man cousin
>>34221142Wasn't it a cousin?
>>34221064> because its my bloody horse
>>34221064> because its my bloody horse> to keep you safeboth, in a jesting tone (even though we do mean it).
>>34221134Seconding, bitch is actually religious guys
>>34221134Damn this spelling and grammar is shit, but it has the right idea.
>>34221134This, of course.
>>34221064> because its my bloody horse> write inWe should probably dismount inside the city and let her ride, though. No use in looking the slightest bit sketchy.
>>34221230This, the latter part anyway.>>34221134Seconding
>>34221134This is nice
>>34221134Fuckin thirded, we have a lot of shit to talk about
>>34221095>>34221108>>34221167>>34221178"Well it's my bloody horse isn't it?" you jest, or at least you say it as if it were a jest. "And besides, I'd not risk your life should trouble come. It's worth a whole ten pfennings."She gives a little snuff of laughter. "Here I thought you had a more carnal intention, and were just looking for an excuse. But maybe you really are a knightly man with some virtue," She rests her head against your chest and hand against your leg. "Maybe that carnal intention was mine." she says the last as little more than a whisper.You ride for the day and come to stop near a little farming community. You judge that Sidon could only be a day away, but could make no sight of the city yet on the horizon.There are still low dark clouds on the horizon that give you pause.> seek shelter with the farmers> make a rough camp
>>34221308>>34221288>>34221274>>34221220>>34221218I think I'll extend the voting time to fifteen minutes next time. Right now I'm giving a count of ten before counting.
>>34221335>> seek shelter with the farmers
>>34221335> seek shelter with the farmersThey'll probably kill us, but if they're going to kill us, it'd be if we don't interact with them
>>34221356Eh, 10 minutes is a good window. 15 is a bit on the slower side for quests.
>>34221335>Maybe that carnal intention was mine.Hello boner, how've you been?
>>34221335>> make a rough campThe farmers might have turned into banditry or willing to sell us out for safety.
>>34221356If a write in gets popular, either hold a secondary vote or extend the time.
>>34221335>not going full Bard> seek shelter with the farmers
>>34221335> seek shelter with the farmersthe way it seems we don't have any tents and a house or barn is more defensible
>>34221335aye, i agree, we'll diplomance our way into the farmers' good graces. and come out with gifts aside!
>>34221335>maybe that carnal intention was mine>I'mgettingtoochivalrousforthisshit.jpg>seek shelter with the farmers
>>34221419to be clear, this is a vote for seeking shelter with the farmers.
>>34221422>>34221375Goddamn, are you guys me?
>>34221440YesWe are all Wilhelm
>>34221440Do you have a raging boner? If so, yes.
It's clear from the minor drowning you got last night that sheltering with farmers would be preferable. You give the word to your comrades and make your way over to the collection of huts.You are met with watching children and clucking chickens, which scattered from your horse. Most of the adults must be still working the field. Soon though a few grey beards appeared. They were locals, and one carried the cross before him like a ward."We pay tax, no trouble," he says in broken latin, "We pay tax to both Lord Gerard and Lord Conrad, on time. You talk to them, they know."You frown, having no knowledge of either of this men, except that Lord Gerard was Lord of Sidon."We've come to seek shelter for the night, we're on the way to Sidon for a wedding, and have had some trouble on the way. A night under your roof, and food besides would be welcome."The old greybeard lowered his cross and looked to the other elders. They talked among each other for a while before the old man turned back."You help do some work, fetch water, split wood and the like. You sleep in stable, and have some of what's left at dinner."It wasn't unfair.> argue with the man for a better deal (roll 1d100, best of three)> accept his terms
Rolled 14 (1d100)>>34221544> argue with the man for a better deal (roll 1d100, best of three)We do an equal day's work, and we earn an equal seat at the table and a room of the house.
Rolled 78 (1d100)>>34221544> argue with the man for a better deal (roll 1d100, best of three)"If our lady is not treated well, our lord will complain most harshly"
>>34221544>> argue with the man for a better deal (roll 1d100, best of three)Finally, time to use that bargaining skill we are great at.
>>34221594thanks for the save there, brother. >>34221579>shakes head
Rolled 97 (1d100)>>34221544> argue with the man for a better deal (roll 1d100, best of three)
Rolled 17 (1d100)>>34221544Our Lord was born in a stable. We should not be offended to share in that hardship. But we should get and equal share of food for our work.
Rolled 12 (1d100)>>34221544> argue with the man for a better deal (roll 1d100, best of three)though take the stable part for a quick get away
>>34221621We Crusader Liu bei now>Muh chivalry>Muh righteousness >Muh honour
>>34221621>mfw they give us their horses and cattle and daughters
>>34221646>Liu Bei>Not Cao CaoLaughingCaoCao.gif
>>34221646I should cut you
>>34221679lets get a snow white ass for the princess to ride
>>34221621Hey, maybe we'll get a replacement horse and a complimentary ass out of this.
>>34221747What if he turns into Zhuge Liang?
>>34221621You get off your horse and shake your head."A bit of bread and some hay is no good. Proper beds, real food," you pat your horse's flank, "We have tender women folk of gentle birth with us. Beds good man, good ones as I'm sure you have."The old man gaped a little but slowly nodded, "beds," he said."And food," you say, patting your stomach, "Meat, with wine to wash it down with. We have struggled much, and ill work hard for it."The old man nodded. "Meat, if you work hard." He clicked a finger and one of the grey beards scooped up a chicken. "Fresh, good." He smiled, showing his crooked teeth.You helped Jehanne dismounted, and you noted her flushed cheeks when you grabbed her by the hips before settling her on the ground. Your horses were collected and one of the old men took especial care of Solomon's horse.The men of your band were taken aside by an elderly woman who doled out various instructions. You seemed exempt, they must have known possibly by instinct that you are a knight and above toiling in the dirt.The old man pointed to one building."You clean before meal," he said.A bath would do some good, and the girls slipped into another hut to do the same.When you go in there are two tubs. Franz is soaking in one, Solomon the other.> climb in with Solomon> climb in with Franz(it was considered stranger to bathe alone in these days than to bathe in company, just so you know)
>>34221836> climb in with SolomonTime to compare cocks and prepare for a threesome for our little lady
>>34221836Bathe with our new nubian brother. it'll be good to get to know him, and besides that, he'll probably have words for us about his horse, and we'd be responsible to hear them.
>>34221836> climb in with Solomon>Inb4 Sodomy
>>34221836> climb in with Solomon>>34221886Having a small dick is good in such a situation because you get to go first.
>>34221836> climb in with SolomonMight as well strengthen our bond if you know what I mean
>>34221936Infuckingplying I meant running a train on her.
>>34221984>>34221936>>34221930>>34221904>>34221886You slip into the bath that Solomon is occupying. The water is surprisingly warm, and you feel it soak into your stiff muscles. You massage a knot in your shoulder, letting out a slight groan."Eh, Wilhelm, you come here," Solmon motions you over. He grabs you by the shoulder and roughly massages the muscles. "Us warriors have to stay limber, you know." he said, working out the knot. He rubbed your head, "for luck," he said."How's your horse Sol?" you ask.A miserable look crossed his face. "Aye, poor thing. Some rest is needed. The man who has the care of livestock here, he knows his trade. Says he can help it get some strength back, but it would take a week or two. I will let him, and hope they do not eat horse in these parts.""I'm sorry about your horse," you say."No apologies, a horse is not worth the life of a man. Only heathens way animals as more valuable, and we are Christian brothers." He then gave you a look. "And as we are brothers, tell me brother, you have had the dark one, now you want the fire haired girl? You are greedy, but I do not blame you, a pretty little thing. I tried to make a pass last night but she had no eyes for me."> I'm a man aren't I?> you misunderstand, I'm just making sure she is safe
>>34222000>Not throwing her a bachelorette party for her in the form of an orgyits like you don't even care
>>34221936Speaking from experience there?
>>34222112>> you misunderstand, I'm just making sure she is safeFor now at least. Free game after our mission to escort is finished.
>>34222112> you misunderstand, I'm just making sure she is safewe are professionals, through and through. solo can trust us both as an honest knight and an employer. >>34222146though this guy has the truth of it, here...
>>34222142yes...I mean I'm always last in line...
>>34222112>Write in"Seems I made the wrong choice back then, how about next time Solomon....you get both, I'll help"
>>34222159>though this guy has the truth of it, here...wait, what am i saying, no no no. she's getting married. there's plenty else to worry about out here.
>>34222146After the escort is the marriage dumbass.>>34222159Don't pretend.>>34222176Can Crusader Cao do wingman?We'll find out, seconding
>>34222176Seconding this one.
>>34222112>> I'm a man aren't I?>>34222146>>34222159Fuck you guys
>>34222176Actually, don't say I'll help.Say that we'll keep our nose out, we don't want to imply he can't do it
>>34222309switching to >>34222176
>>34222244>>34222195>>34222176"Maybe I should have been more ambitious last time," you say, "But to keep us even, next time they're both yours Solomon. And I'll help you get 'em."Solomon laughed and slapped your back. "You are a good man Wilhelm. And I wish you luck in your coursing the pretty one. After the battle I saw she spied your bloody form. She is wet for you. A man fresh from combat charges the lust of womenfolk in a special way. I say you strike soon while the lust is still hot."With that advice in your ears you get out of the bath, dry off and dress. When you leave the room you spy Hugo by the wall of the women's baths, peering through a gap in the planks.> leave him to his spying> go over to him
>>34222346> go over to himno no no, not on the job, little squire. time for that later.
>>34222346> go over to him
>>34222346> go over to him''tis not nice to spy brother......least you be caught''
>>34222346>Write inCatch his attention, draw him over, initiate talking then.Don't want to be seen peeking ourselves after all
>>34222346>> leave him to his spying
>>34222396Makes sense, just don't let the women know
>>34222346>> go over to him
>>34222396This. He better start with whores.
>>34222346> go over
>>34222396Probably a better idea
I love how this has tons of ROTK fan girling in it despite it being set some few hundred years in the future
You think to go over to Hugo but instead call him over. He does a frightened little jump at the sound of your voice, and crosses over careful, hands clasped in front of his britches.Aye, you can't rightly blame him for wanting a peep, but it wasn't the right way of things."Little brother, is chastity not a virtue?" you ask."Are you chaste?" he replied."This isn't about me," you reply, hooking him around the shoulder. "It's unbecoming to spy on fair ladies, without their knowledge. We must hold to a higher standard. And it is desperate besides. No woman wants a pervert. When it comes time for you to bed maidens, and that time will come faster than you might think, you will have better luck as a straight backed, virtuous man than as a skulking peeper.""I understand brother," he says with a bit of a sulk."Now run on and bathe, you'll offend our hosts if you aren't clean."Hugo nodded and sped away.Soon enough the women appeared, cleaned and carefully groomed. Jehane had her hair carefully plated by Neomi, who wore hers in a loose tail. They wore their nicer dresses, well cut to their bodies. The heat of the water was still in their faces and they had a luminous glow about them.> offer Jehane your arm> escort Neomi> let them escort each other, you aren't their guardian
>>34222675>> offer Jehane your arm
>>34222675>> escort Neomi
>>34222675> offer Jehane your armIT IS TIME
>>34222675> offer Jehane your arm
>>34222675> offer Jehane your armtell Sol to escort Neomi to dinner
>>34222675also, OP, do you intend to run as long as you did last time?
>>34222675> offer Jehane your arm>>34222648Not surprising considering the quest's origins.I actually know next to nothing about the Crusader setting but enjoying this quest anyway.
>>34222738Probably.Escorting both would be an improper gesture that would only offend.
>>34222675> offer Jehane your armHAHA TIME TO BARD!!!
>>34222648Sometimes I feel Wilhelm of Koblenz and Zhu Xing both got misplaced in history.>>34222675>offer Jehane your arm>>34222736>tell Sol to escort Neomi to dinner
>>34222760very well then, let us escort the lady jehanne, as a knight should, and yes, give a brother the hookup with the spicy maidservant.
>>34222777>Implying we're not going to meet Zhu Xing's descendent>Implying the Swordsman that trains you in CK2 isn't Zhu Xings descendent>Implying
>>34222816>implying Wilhelm of Koblenz didn't belong in the Three Kingdoms, a time for villains>implying Zhu Xing didn't belong in the Crusades, a time for heroes
>>34222864>Wilhelm Proceeds to NTR the entire ensemble cast of the ROTK & then some>Zhu Xing slaughters Muslims & christians while Nursing a murder boner.
>>34222736>>34222731>>34222729>>34222719>>34222686You extend your arm to Jehane with a slight bow and she accepts it with a slight curtsy, leaning in to your frame.As Solomon appears you make a suggestive motion and he repeats your gesture to Neomi.Oh kind sir, but how could I?" she says in a friendly way, "When our gallant squire is waiting to attend?" Hugo pops out from behind Solomon and shuffles over. He takes Neomi's arm carefully and she playfully tussles his hair.Solomon rolls his eyes but smiles, offering his arm to Franz."Good sir you honour me," Franz replied, taking it with such dignity it elicited a giggle from Hugo and the girl and a smile from you.All together you go to the room set aside for communal eating as if it were a party hosted by the King of France himself.The rustics goggle at you all a little, so unused they were to bearings of the foreign gentry, but they respond well in time. You eat well and drink deeply of the offered wine. An instrument is played that you had never heard before, a type of stringed instrument similar to a harp but with four strings and with a long neck."An oud," the elderman of the community explained. You enjoyed the sound of it.> ask Jehanne to dance> ask Neomi> write in
>>34222864>Three Kingdoms>Time for villainsWat
>>34222864I wouldn't really say either time were for heroes. I don't know much about Crusaders but Three Kingdoms were a good time for long generals to dynasty warriors it up. >So the structure and fighting techniques of these armies were based upon small groups of men following individual leaders. The heart of each unit was the commander himself, supported by his Companions, skilled soldiers who owed him personal allegiance and served as a body-guard, and the most important tactic was expressed in the phrase "to break the enemy line". In aggressive action, the commander and his Companions acted as spearhead for a drive at the enemy array, and if they were successful they could hope to be followed by the mass of their followers, spreading out to attack the broken enemy from the flank and the rear.
>>34222906>Implying there's even a choice
>>34222906>> ask Jehanne to dance
>>34222906>ask Jehanne to danceWe're going to do this sure, but shouldn't we do some BARDing as well first?
>>34222907Cao Mengde did nothing wrong>>34222906> ask Jehanne to dance
>>34222906>Implying choice > ask Jehanne to danceSt.Descartes knows whats up
>>34222906>> ask Jehanne to dance>> ask Neomi>both
>>34222945In CK2 if you wish to raise your martial there's an event chain that has an oriental swordsmen train you
>>34222906alright, may as well be consistent in our attentions from now on> ask Jehanne to dancelet's blow these peasants' minds with a fancy dance of the courts
>>34222906> ask Jehanne to dancewingman sol
>>34223016Eh, I'm actually mulling if it was Noemi the one pushing her to us. We better avoid her maidenhead.
>>34223047 It's alright, Wilhelm is an ass man
>>34222997Oh cool. I've never had that event fire, I always get the WHFB event.
>>34223047We can perform acts without removing her maiden head, unless she reallllllly begs for it
>>34223047oh, of course. we're jehanne's date for the night but at the end of it all she IS getting married.
>>34223067Everyone's Catholic at this point, so into her pooper it goes.
If we do take Jehanne's virginity, we damn better have fucked off somewhere else by the time it's found out, just saying
You offer her a dance, which she at first seems to demure away from until Neomi pushes her from her seat. You take her up in your arms and twirl her easily, trying to keep a pace with the music. It wasn't like the music of home, it was more sprightly and invigorating. Jehanne is soon laughing from pure exhiliration and so are you.A few of the grey old ladies take up with the grey old men and join in the dance, and Neomi is soon instructing poor Hugo, who is soon cut out by first Franz, then Solomon. But Jehanne never once leaves our arms."It's growing late, sir," she said, breathless, "and I'm for bed, would you escort me to my chambers?" She had sweat trailing down the side of her face, but her smile was still fresh.There is no impolite way to refuse. You escort her to her chamber. It is all dark and rain has begun to fall outside, a low rumble of thunder. Her chamber is a humble little room loaned from the locals, a low but wide pallet meant for a married couple. She closes the door behind you and goes to lay on the pallet, stretching across it. She looked back to you."And why do you hover by the doorway sir?" she asked, her face hot even in the dark, "A proper gentleman would leave a lady to her rest."> I'm no gentleman> of course my lady, good night> write in
>>34223141>Write in"Your face is flushed, your body warm, your breath gone, I stay only wondering for your health"
>>34223160yes, my nigga. >banter king seconding!
>>34223141this>>34223160poopers beware when Wilhelm of Koblenz is near
>>34223141>>34223160Put that 78 charisma to use
>>34223160Man, the hivemind is getting increasingly efficient with the write-ins
>>34223160Shit, I sure do hope I did good with that write in.
>>34223160"You think I'm ill?" she asked, kneeling on the pallet. She tipped her forehead up to you. "Perhaps these clothes are a little stifling." She worked some of the laces that bound the front of her dress loose. "Mayhap I am ill. You should check my temperature sir, before you leave." She parted aside the cloth at her chest, to reveal white flesh beneath. Her face was very red indeed.> as you wish (gently)> I shall do more than that (rough)> actually, Franz knows more about medicine than I do, best check with him. I'll send him around (leave)
>>34223389> actually, Franz knows more about medicine than I do, best check with him. I'll send him around (leave)n-no, dont get lost in the pussy, we've s-still got a mission here, and we're still professionals.
>>34223389"How sweet and sickly sin makes us, I shall do as you say."
>>34223389> as you wish (gently)Guess where is temperature shrecked?
>>34223389"Since you insist, I shall perform a thorough examination."
>>34223389> as you wish (gently)
>>34223389> as you wish (gently)>>34223411 as stated above by various folk we are a butt guy
>>34223445I was more thinking we'd show her an inking of pleasure, fingers, mouth, etc, but we wouldn't go all the way at all.Tempt her, corrupt her, See her again when she can't be pleasured by her husband
>>34223389As you wish etc
>>34223469Can we do this? God it's full Cao Cao.I suggest we start writing poetry next
>>34223469dude, you are the BEST at thisseconding with the white hot intensity of a thousand suns
>>34223469What are we, lucifer? Fucking Supportan this
>>34223469Can we even do this? I'd like to but there's no option or anything.Probably the best option at this stage though.
>>34223532>>34223532HF allows writeins, hes rather good that way
> this is going to get a bit lewd, as it is the culmination of a fair bit of teasing, but it won't get too pornographicYou slip your hand beneath her shirt and tease her virgin flesh. Her bravado quivers and a hint of fear enters her face, but as you fall upon her and use your mouth to tease her further, you bring forth cries as much of delight as nervous fear.You slip back her dress, she pulls off your tunic, you make a pile of clothes on the floor until you are as Adam and Eve in the garden. She is a quivering little doe in your arms, but responds eagerly to every caress and kiss, your long fingers working the wetness between her legs.She grabs you by the neck and hair, feels for your body."Please, don't make me beg for it," she says, a suggestion of tears in her eyes. This is not just lust, you realize, there is something else. Not love for you, but a need for release.> make her beg for it> gently, softly, give her release> leave her, she is betrothed to another
>>34223648> leave her, she is betrothed to anotherBest leave it for a night closer to her wedding least we get the Gallows, remember her suitor may be a very powerful man
>>34223648>Write inSlowly, so slowly she may even want to beg for it first, but slowly build up the momentum, until all she can do is moan
>>34223648> gently, softly, give her release
>>34223648Give her release, but with fingers only.
>>34223672He isn't especially noteworthy, just a minor noble in the Sidon court. Your character knows this, I just never bothered mentioning it until now.
>>34223648> gently, softly, give her releaseWe're worth more than 10 pfennings
>>34223674Fucking this.Ride that tease train
>>34223689does he have a name? regardless > make her beg for it
>>34223689a minor noble who could either have reason to spite us, or be ingratiated to us
>>34223648> gently, softly, give her releaseBut no penetration
>>34223702If this doesn't win I'll support >>34223674
>>34223674Might as well make this travel enjoyable.Also no penetration.
>meanwhile /ss/ is ensuing for Hugo
You work her slowly. "Please," she says, squirming against you. You work a little faster. "Please," she says again. Your fingers are thick, and you meant to leave it just at fingers, but the heat in her eyes... "P-plea-" you cut her words off with your mouth, and empty her lungs with your entry.The thunder drowns out her second, lustier cry as she envelopes you, her legs wrapping around your hips, her fingers laced around your neck. You give her that release through out the night, until release finds you. She lies a quivering wet mess, hair matted and body glistening beside you.Your chest heaves as you lie back, bloody with her maiden head."Thank you," she says, closing up her shaking thighs. She tries to stand but falls laughing. "Oh thank you," she laughs as she falls across your chest. But her laughter is mixed with tears as well."What a life I could have had," she said, trailing a scar across your chest, "Like your Hildegard, or even as just a soldier's girl traveling the land. But duty is all. I will marry Matthias this coming Sunday. My father will be cared for in his dotage. And we will have many children. Yes, I think the first boy shall be named Alain, but the second?" she kissed your mouth, "What is the French of Wilhelm? Guillaume. Yes, a good name."She curls up beside you and is soon asleep.The next day you come out to fresh food and your horse ready and waiting.Solomon laughs to see you and Hugo blushes brightly, but Franz is scowling. Neomi takes Jehanne aside and they speak together in French.Hugo helps you into your armour, you mount and ready for the road, spear and shield in hand.(cont)
>>34223858fill her up with blood on her wedding night to make it appear she is a virgin
>>34223858The road is not hard for the rest of the trip, and Jehanne is happy to walk. She is light on her feet and singing. You pass another band of pilgrims, who are quick to fall in with your lot, seeking the shelter of an armed knight."Bless ye sir," an old woman said, "Blessings of St Bartholomew on ye." She offered up a little icon, a bone figure dressed in robes. "Made from the saint's own bones sir, to give you luck."> accept the gift> insist the woman keep it
>>34223906>> accept the giftHell yeah, little trinkets
>>34223906>Write in"And a blessing upon you as well Elder, thank you for your gift"
>>34223858Hah! a most excellent conclusion to that parlance, although I hope that little Guillaume shares only namesake with us. We didnt exactly cover up. >>34223906> accept the giftwe're no pagan, but it'd be impolite to refuse. pass it off to hugo later when we've camped, to keep as a souvenier.
>>34223928OOH! In addition, give her our little crucifix, as a mirror gesture. Spread the good word, yknow?
>>34223900Her hymen is torn. If she gets inspected they will found out.Noemi might also a little too talkative.Alea iacta est.>>34223942NOPE it's the real deal and it's not going anywere, especially should anyone question our faith.>accept the giftAnd sell him to some retard in the next city.
>>34223975>NOPE it's the real dealsaid every person with a saint's bones crucifix ever
>>34223906this>>34223924St Bartholomew was flayed and crucified hopefully we dont get the same
>>34223975>Her hymen is torn. If she gets inspected they will found out.It can be broken simply from riding a horse, if the journey is too rough.And considering how rough our journey has been, it would make sense for one to assume that. Bandits, lions, rocky landscape
>>34223997I was talking about our little crucifix we brought from home. We're keeping that and selling the false relic that was probably made from goat bones or something.
>>34223975Horse riding etc
>>34224034Nah, lets not sell it.We'll simply create a huge goddamn collection of them.
>>34224030Of course! Let's blame the lion! That will work!
>>34224061>Willhelm ''saint bones''I like it! but than again Wilhelm Lionheart works well>>34224071>Spread the tale of how she was abducted by a lion>Give birth to our barstard>Something something religion>whole party becomes famous as people believe that the lion was God.>Canonized as Saints>Laughing CaoCao.gifTime to get that charisma to work
>>34223906> accept the giftIf its the real deal then kickassIf not then its still a nice gesture
>>34224096>B-but you're actually wearing that lion's pelt right now>That was another lion!
"Bless you elder," you say, pocketing the no doubt false relic. She smiles and pats your knee, before hiking up a squealing child onto her shoulders. Many of the pilgrims raise a cheerful cry as the walls of Sidon come into view. Some of the children start to race ahead. Your company makes no especially great effort to reach the safety of those walls, but your chest lightens with every step.Your military training scours the high walls and round towers. It is an impressive fortress, you'd yet to see a city in this land that wasn't. Acre was still larger by far, but it made your own homeland like look an overgrown town in comparison.When you reach the entry you are met by armed guards wearing the device of the Lord of Sidon."No swords in the city," a large man-at-arms said, collecting the swords from the pilgrims. "Excepting yourself sir," he said to you. "You'll each get a receipt, show it on your exit to collect your weapons."Why me though!?" Solomon roared when one of the guards tried to take his shotel, "I am a knight in my homeland, I have a right to carry a sword.""We don't recognize your heathen customs, moor," the man-at-arms said, reaching for the blade. Solomon's hand closed on the hilt, a scowl on his face.This could get bad.> peace Solomon, it is only for now> intervene on Solomon's behalf (1d100, average of three)
Rolled 72 (1d100)>>34224143>> intervene on Solomon's behalf (1d100, average of three)CHARISMA
Rolled 95 (1d100)>>34224143> intervene on Solomon's behalf (1d100, average of three)Solobro, Nooooo
Rolled 67 (1d100)>>34224143>> intervene on Solomon's behalf (1d100, average of three)
Rolled 37 (1d100)>>34224143> intervene on Solomon's behalf (1d100, average of three)''MOOR!? This man is a noble knight of christian Nubia not some godforsaken Moor''
Rolled 30 (1d100)>>34224143> intervene on Solomon's behalf (1d100, average of three)i'll roll for completion's sake but i think we've got it covered here between those two rolls, lol
>>34224143> intervene on Solomon's behalf (1d100, average of three)dudes above got the rolls covered
>>34224155>>34224156>>34224176We'll that's very nice.What is it with me today? My write ins keep being picked and I'm rolling terribly well
>calling Solomon a 'Moor'
>>34224234They all look like Moors to me.
>>34224176>>34224156>>34224155You push your horse between the quarreling men."Sir Solomon is my brother at arms and a noble Christian of Nubia. I can vouch for his claim of knighthood. Now unhand him least you be found in violation of his God given rights as a member of a chivalrous institution.""Beggin' my pardon sir," the man-at-arm replies, backing away with hands raised, "Sirs," he corrected himself, touching forelock to Solomon."This is good," Solomon said, straitening his tunic, "This is respect."You are herded into the city, and its Neomi that guides you all the rest of the way.Its a small town house, with a group of well dressed people of the city waiting in front of it. A fat little man hovered next to his fat son, their resemblance unmistakable, their blades marking them as knights. With them was a razor thing woman of high cheek bones and a long, drooping nose."Ah!" the little man exclaimed, "That is her!"His fat son turned bulbous eyes over to your party. "Hmm," he said with lips thin pressed. He walked over. He had an awkward body shape, his legs were long and thin but his sides were large and spilling over his waist. Though he could not have been more than twenty he was already balding.He looked Jehanne up and down. "Hmm," those frog lips formed a smile, "Yes, you will be my wife," Matthias said, rubbing his hairless chin."My lord," Jehanne bowed before him."And who is this?" he asked looking up at you."My guardian for the journey, alas my cousin Alain was killed in its course," Jehanne replied."Oh poor dear," Matthias' father said, coming to coo at the girl with his wife.You dismounted and shook the father's hand."I owe you so much for delivering sweet Jehanne to us safely," he said.> you owe me ten pfennings and not one more> you bet your arse you do (roll 1d100, average of three)
Rolled 62 (1d100)>>34224318>> you bet your arse you do (roll 1d100, average of three)
Rolled 27 (1d100)>>34224318>> you bet your arse you do (roll 1d100, average of three)Get pfennings, fuck noblewomen
Rolled 91 (1d100)>>34224318>> you bet your arse you do (roll 1d100, average of three)
>>34224318> you owe me ten pfennings and not one more>Write in"During the journey, my friend's horse was injured, may I inquire as to if there is a good stable you know of?"
>>34224353oh, you. you are the hero we deserve. casting my vote for our charisma as well, roll unneeded
>>34224318>> you bet your arse you do But say it dipliomatic, with way more sauve, we are after all a bard knight with the penis to match
>>34224332>>34224348>>34224353Ten and pussy was enough guys, lets not be TOO greedy.>>34224318> you bet your arse you do (roll 1d100, average of three)+ >>34224356 just in case he decided to be more generous
>>34224318> you bet your arse you do (roll 1d100, average of three)The roll was done.We should mention Solomon's highly expensive horse getting lamed in the process.
>>34224372Whoops, completely wrong one there.By the way OP, do our stats improve?
>>34224372We are not getting money from the bride's father, but the groom's father. Besides we had to fight bandits and lions and lost a horse on the way here. Danger pay is more than appropriate.
>>34224353hereadd >>34224356 to whatever we choose
"More than you know," you reply, "It came at great risk and much loss. Not counting our man, but also a very nice palanquin and four slaves, a good destrier and some personal injury on my part. Yes sir, I think you owe a bit more than ten pfennings.""Aah," the man's mouth is agape, but closes as you begin to haggle.A quick back and forth nets you an extra ten pfennings on top of the main sum, as well as a recently baked apple pie (quite delicious) and an invitation to join the wedding party in a week's time.You leave off on the invitation for now, you do not know where you will be in a week, but pocket the extra coins greedily.Being urbanites he cannot suggest a reliable stable, but does now of a large horse auction and trading yard to the north of the city. It was said even the best Arabian horses could be purchased at this market.With your business done you now have things to do.> visit the market and do some shopping> find lodging for the night> call on the court and make an introduction
>>34224448> visit the market and do some shopping
>>34224448>visit the market and do some shoppingLet's get some shoppan going on first, the court can wait.
>>34224448> visit the market and do some shoppingSol needs a new bitching mustang
>>34224448>> call on the court and make an introductionLet's save some money for now.
>>34224448> find lodging for the nightWe'll call on the court in the morn once we've rested up and cleaned off
>>34224448Stats increased: +2 war, +2 charisma, +1 leadership.Your reputation has improved.
>>34224448never miss an opportunity to go shopping, like, oh my god!
>>34224478Haha, time for CHA>>34224448TO THE MARKET
>>34224448> visit the market and do some shoppingCan we get out lion pelt made into a saddle cloth, crest or other accessories? We'll swag the court away.
>>34224478>>34224478>Your reputation has improved.IT BEGINS!
>>34224522First of all we should get the lion pelt tanned.
You leave Jehanne and Neomi behind in the care of her betrothed's family. The city is yours to explore, and you make a keen entry of the markets.A bazaar tight with pilgrims and merchants, you take stock of the stock, your purse heavy at your hip.> Strategikon of Kekaumenos, 150 pfennings (+5 war, +5 leadership)> Nine Men’s Morris set, 3 pfennings. (Can be used to raise Int and affection)> Backgammon set, 3 pfennings, high quality backgammon set, 30 pfennings (Can be used to raise int and affection. Can be given as gift)> Dice, 3 pfennings.> Loaded dice, 6 pfennings (warning: illegal)> Shatranj (chess) set, 10 pfennings, high quality Shatranj set, 100 pfennings (Can be used to raise either war, int or leadership, declared at the start of the match, and affection. Can be given as gift)> Tzykanion stick, for playing Tzykanisterion. (Playing Tzykanisterion helps raise War)> hand axe, 4 pfennings (destroys armour, +3 damage taken to yourself in combat)> Long Axe/Dane Axe, 35 pfennings (x2 damage on crit, cannot carry shield)> Relics of the martyrs Zenobius and Zenobia, 5 pfennings (increase to piety, can be given as gift)
>>34224522Wear the cat like Hercules.
should we attend the wedding?Pro's>One last fling>Connections>More BardingCon's>Potential death>Potential gruesome death>Potential shaming & a fall from grace
>>34224522You could visit a tailor or a saddler to get specific quotes if you want, but that wouldn't be in the market.
>>34224522Oh my god, make it a helmet skin, please god make it a helmet skin. >>34224551it's all a bit pricey on our budget. wouldnt be bad to pick up a game for the nights on the road, or some religious artifacts on our crusade, but we have obligations. we gotta pay our hires, feed hugo and the rest of the crew, and look into this horse situation.
>>34224551>Tzykanion stick, for playing Tzykanisterion. (Playing Tzykanisterion helps raise War)Wait, how much is this?I say we could buy the 10 pfenning chess set, can never have enough Int.
>>34224551How much money do we HAVE?
To clarify the horse, Solomon at least believes leaving it in the care of the villagers for a week will bring it back to a rideable health. Don't be too concerned about replacing the horse.
>>34224621Does the low price chess set also raise our intelligence? Or just the high priced one?
>>34224551>Shatranj (chess) set, 10 pfennings> Nine Men’s Morris set, 3 pfennings. (Can be used to raise Int and affection)is there more?
>>34224621Sorry, five pfennings.>>34224626You have 31 pfennings. I try to keep the pastebin updated as you incur income.
>>34224627can never have too many horses
>>34224551> Nine Men’s Morris set, 3 pfennings. (Can be used to raise Int and affection)Shatranj (chess) set, 10 pfennings> Relics of the martyrs Zenobius and Zenobia, 5 pfennings (increase to piety, can be given as gift)
>>34224650Backgammon and Tzykanion stick.Unless we need two sticks, in which case two sticks
>>34224606I'm also onboard for lion helmet cover
>>34224551> Shatranj (chess) set, 10 pfennings>> Relics of the martyrs Zenobius and Zenobia, 5 pfenningsLeave the rest to pay Sol, acquire drinks and good meals.
>>34224663It only lets you play the game, which can only be played properly with five aside on horseback. Its an old Byzantine version of Polo.
>>34224641>>34224660Guys, pretty sure that they don't stack.It's not a direct +5 bonus, it's a "grind this for stats" action
>>34224660>>34224675This. Chess + Relics is the better deal.Before anyone thinks of buying more than one game, chances are that we will be playing only one at a given time.>>34224681Exactly.
>>34224551>Lion helm>Tzykanion stick
>>34224681Correct.You have to take time out of your day, find a worthy opponent, and play the game. Your stats will only improve if you are playing someone with high stats than you, and it has depreciating results. You can't get 99 int just by spamming chess nonstop for a month, for instance.
>>34224690We should get the stick too, INT isn't needed as much as War for what we're doing right now.It's like Mount and Blade, we're at the very start where we have to keep whacking bandits
>>34224679>>34224693nvm just lion helm then
>>34224708Lion Helm + CloakYou mean. Although I'm not sure many people will appreciate it as much
So final consensus is:Shatranj setRelicsTzykanion stickCorrect?You'll need to go else where to get your lion pelt turned into a covering for your helmet, you'll also need to go buy a helmet.
>>34224702Solomon will be doing the whacking, this is where Lead comes into play. And for that purpose we need the chess set.
>>34224741I prefer backgammon, but otherwise yesSounds good.
>>34224741I'd say just the chess and relics only
>>34224761This.Don't buy the Tzykanion stick and save money for the eventual pelt and the bloody helmet, which are far more important for the purpose of keeping headaches away.
>>34224741I say no stick
>>34224741That's kewl. The pelt can wait if it's too expensive.
>>34224741I say scrap the Tzykanion stick, we need 5 people to play it anyway. We'll buy it later.
THE HELMET IS THE FIRST THING! it must be completed.
>>34224741scrap the stick & we're golden
You buy a shatranj set. It's a game of little hand carved miniatures played on a little checkered board. You'd heard much about it, it was causing quite a stir in the intellectual elites back home.You also go in for some offered relics of a brother/sister pair of martyrs. You aren't sure if they are real, but the beggar that is selling the little splints of bone seems happy to take your pfennings.You are left with sixteen pfennings on your person. The sun is starting to set and merchants are packing up their stalls, though food vendors are still out and about. A yawn escapes your throat.> go find a place to stay for the night> present yourself to the court
>>34224836 > present yourself to the court
>>34224836> present yourself to the court
>>34224836> present yourself to the courtwearing the untanned lion skin as a cape/head cover like a greek god
>>34224836>present yourself to the courtHi, I have a 17 inch dick, turn lion rawhide into garments, and double my profits whenever I open my mouthWe're in page 10, folks. Just saying.
>>34224836> present yourself to the courtMaybe we can meet someone with accommodations or resources.
>>34224874screw that I demand a second thread!> present yourself to the court
>>34224874>>34224867>>34224866>>34224864>>34224848Not one to put off tomorrow what can be done today, you head to the local court.The citadel that dominates the coast line of the city is intimidating. It made some of the castles back home look like a dwarf. It was said to be built on the skeleton of an old Roman castle, improved first by the Greeks, then the Muslim conquerors, and finally made the monster it is now by the Crusaders who had taken it.It was built seemingly on the sea itself, connected by a narrow strip of land. An outer wall protected the approach, with guards upon it and at its pass, the teeth of a portcullis just visible.The thought of trying to take it made Wilhelm's shudder."Ho guards!" you call to the men-at-arms, "I am Sir Wilhelm of Koblenz, looking to meet with the lordship or his chancellor!"One man-at-arms turned to the other and muttered something under his breath in French."The Lord is away sir," he called back, but is expected in two days. His chancellor is taking no guests until his return."> as you say (retreat for now and find lodging)> ask why his lordship is away
>>34224954> ask why his lordship is awayIntrigue? Intrigue!
>>34224954>ask why his lordship is awayI smell bullshit.
>>34224954> ask why his lordship is away
>>34224973>>34224996>>34225016"That vulture Conrad cannot see sense, and has petitioned the king to intervene," the man-at-arms said, "If you take offense I beg forgiveness. I had to turn away an envoy of Count Hugh of Jaffa just this morn. There are to be no guests admitted to the castle until Lord Gerard's return.""That 'vulture' knows his rights," the other guard said, "It is our lord that overreaches.""Stow that talk!" someone above yelled down.The dissenting voice shut his mouth bitterly and gave his comrade an irritable look.Seeing no entry, you resolve to find accomodation for you and your men.> a good tavern with rooms to let> a chapter house of the knights hospitaller> do it rough on the streets and save yourself a pfenning
>>34225064> a good tavern with rooms to let
>>34225064> a chapter house of the knights hospitallerThey may have work or know more about what is going on at the castle
>>34225064> a good tavern with rooms to letEh, we've earned it.
>>34225064> a good tavern with rooms to letEh what the hell we have Pfenning's to spare
>>34225064> a chapter house of the knights hospitallerLets Make a donation this time.See if we can't find anyone else
>>34225064>> a chapter house of the knights hospitaller
>>34225064> a chapter house of the knights hospitallerWe found Solomon at one, what can we find this time?
>>34225064>> a chapter house of the knights hospitallerWe should donate this time.
>>34225138Well many Knights Hospitaller are French(they're all for that love shit), maybe we can sway them to aid us in saving the woman about to be married or something.
>>34225064>a chapter house of the knights hospitallerGuys, could we ask here whether the gift we received before is legit? Or would that make us look like heathens?
>>34225161She wants to be married. Wait for her to contact us to fuck her again.
>>34225116>>34225117>>34225138>>34225105You decide to try your luck a second time, and head to a chapter house of the knights hospitaller for sanctuary.What you find is a tad...disquieting.It is a domed temple, possibly once a worshipping place of the moselmen, but that wasn't what gave you trouble. The walls were dirty, and their was garbage heaped out the front. It was not entirely abandoned, a lonely priest swept its surface clean, but there was no order to the place either. No priests or lay members, no armed knights doling out alms.Just a few old men and women, and only a couple of pilgrims. Not close to the throng you had entered with."We have rooms," one greybeard said, coming up to you with hand outstretched, "I'm afraid our humble place sees little visitors these days. Our knights are off in Galilee, mustering for a rad against the heathens, and have been gone for some months. A small donation and you may have rooms, why you'd all but have the run of the place. Anything you can give." His smile was more desperate than good humoured.> a pfenning father> argue him down to free lodgings
>>34225165But if we took out other nobles we would move up in society.
>>34225176>> a pfenning father
>>34225176> a pfenning father
>>34225176>a pfenning fatherWe're no Jew.
>>34225213>>34225200>>34225193>>34225192>>34225183You graciously give the man a pfenning and his eyes light up."Bless you sir," he says, kissing your hand.You and your men awkwardly enter the temple.It seems strange at first now being without Neomi or Jehanne, but you adjust quickly. The four of you fit a room well enough, and you settle down for sleep.As you fall into a restive sleep, you wonder what tomorrow will hold.---I'm going to call it a night. Almost 404'ed and my eyes are hurting like hell. Hope you guys enjoyed.Current plan is to run it again, same time next week. Some where between 6-8 PM PST/PDT, but if plans change through out the week I could run the next session earlier, just keep an eye on the General.Cheers.
>>34225264GET A TWITTERYOU'RE AWESOMEWILL JEHANNE BE REOCCURRING?
>>34225264GET A TWITTER I PRACTICALLY KILLED MYSELF TRYING TO CATCH YOU!
>>34225264DON'T RUN AWAAAAY
I'll run a quick q and a in the General too if you guys want.